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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Roland Goertz
A headache awaits people who use those tax-free health spending accounts to pay for over-the-counter allergy relievers, heartburn blockers and other drugstore remedies. Starting next year, you'll need a prescription for the drugs to qualify.
Nationwide, the 22.5 percent of primary care doctors who practice in rural areas roughly matches the 24 percent of Medicare patients living there, said Dr. Roland Goertz, chairman of the American Academy of Family Physicians board.
The real problem, he said, is that the health care system "has not supported a robust, adequate primary care workforce for over 30 years."